Arsenal: Footage of Lacazette and Cedric's 'fight' in All or Nothing

The last two episodes of Arsenal‘s All or Nothing documentary are now available to watch on Amazon Prime in the UK.

They feature behind-the-scenes footage of the Gunners’ chaotic end to the 2021/22 season, where they eventually missed out on Champions League football.

Arsenal’s 2-0 defeat away at Newcastle United ultimately sealed their fate and allowed bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur to finish fourth.

We’ve already touched on Mikel Arteta’s furious speech in the dressing room after the damaging defeat at St James’ Park.

That’s just one of many intriguing snippets of footage from the final two episodes of the documentary series.

Another is the training ground scrap between Alexandre Lacazette and Cedric Soares, which was started by a hefty tackle from the former on Arsenal youth player Jack Henry-Francis back in April.

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Henry-Francis responded with a firm challenge of his own shortly after, which prompted Arteta to say: “Good, Jack!”

Lacazette clearly wasn’t happy, though, and despite his manager telling him to be “careful”, the Frenchman quickly took the opportunity bring down his young teammate with a crude swipe of his legs.

Cedric then felt obliged to step in and that’s when things turned a little nasty. Lacazette grabbed the Portugal international by the throat while repeating the phrase “speak normally”.

Check out footage of the training ground ‘fight’ between the pair from All or Nothing…

Video: Lacazette & Cedric’s ‘fight’ in Arsenal training

A number of players stepped in to defuse the situation, with the experienced Granit Xhaka saying to Lacazette: “It’s fine.”

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Lacazette, who recently returned to Lyon on a free transfer, went on to explain the situation to the Amazon cameras.

“This is normal in football,” he said. “If you have players who want to win, it’s normal. If you have players who don’t care, it would never happen. When we came back in the dressing room, I came back to say sorry because sometimes you just become crazy. It’s just passion to win.”

Lacazette was Arsenal’s captain for much of last season after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was controversially stripped of the armband by Arteta.

Alexandre Lacazette in action with Arsenal vs Watford
WATFORD, ENGLAND – MARCH 06: Alexandre Lacazette of Arsenal looks dejected after Cucho Hernandez of Watford FC scores their sides first goal during the Premier League match between Watford and Arsenal at Vicarage Road on March 06, 2022 in Watford, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

The 31-year-old didn’t have the best of seasons overall, though.

He scored just six goals across all competitions, with only two of them coming from open play – a total already matched by summer signing Gabriel Jesus in 2022/23.

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